Everything is clear and bright but in the middle of the screen there is a discolored purple spot that came from who knows where and is always there when light colors are around it now another spot is showing up at the bottom left. there are no magnets around but that what these spost look like. What are they and how do i get rid or them?
Don't spend the money on replacing the light engine! Panasonic has a new eprom upgrade that fixes the problem. Took about 15 minutes for the repair tech to do the upgrade. My set was a little over a year old and Panasonic covered the repair.
Had the same problem. It is the light engine. Needs to be replaced. Was told it would cost $600+ to fix if I didnt have the warranty. Two weeks later Panasonic called and told me that they cant get parts for it and are upgrading people with the same problem to a 50 inch model.
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I posted this answer to a similar question someone else had, but it looks like you have the same problem...
This sounds like your optical block is failing. This is a very
expensive part to replace, so much so that it may be better to just buy
another TV. Sony has had some tech problems it seems with these; here
is a link to some further info: http://sites.google.com/site/sonylcdrptvproblems/#TOC-Optical-block-discoloration-issues
There is loads of info on this page about your issue and other problems and Sony's remedy (if any) for reimbursement. Good luck.
I'd like you to try doing this, select the service menu, and if the spots are still there, it's an issue with the DMD Board but on the contrary it might be the Digital Video Board. If you're decided to purchase the board check discountdashmerchantdotcom they have pretty accesible prices and good service, the only thing is that they only offer warranty to service centers, but they're good :)
These kind of patches or spots are called as Dead Pixels.
If you find any thing that doesnot change colour along with the other part of the Display according to the image, those spots are referred as Dead Pixels where the LCD needs to be replaced.
Contact your nearest HP Authorized Service Center and find the cost to get the LCD replaced.
My son touched my television screen with a magnet in two spots leaving two discolored areas on the screen,purple and green in hue. I read many quick solutions to this problem on the net and none seemed to work completely,so what i did is took the same magnet that touched the screen and held it in my fist,then with TV on i waved my fist all around the screen working from the spots outward to the edges and this worked completely! Hope this helps someone..